DIY Spring Easter Wreath Idea For Beginners

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Looking for a super simple wreath to make for your home? I have a DIY spring Easter wreath idea for beginners or crafters at any level.

You can find darling Easter and spring signs online in Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc. Why not incorporate an Easter or spring sign into a wreath?

Wait until you see this adorable Easter Egg Hunt sign. It was found at Country Door. You can personalize it with your family name. What a great gift too!

This sweet DIY spring Easter wreath took me 15 minutes from start to finish to complete. It is super easy and you need only a few items.

DIY Spring Easter Wreath for beginners with a Easter Hunt sign on a grapevine wreath with faux yellow tulips and Baby's Breath.

You can hang this beautiful Easter spring wreath on a front door, porch, over the fireplace, or anywhere indoors. I recommend you hang it on a covered porch to protect it from the outdoor elements.

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  • 30″ Grapevine Wreath
  • Tulips
  • Faux Baby’s Breath
  • Floral Wire 22 gauge
  • Spring or Easter Sign
  • Ribbon (optional for bow)

My particular sign had something to hang it with on each side. To secure it to the 30″ grapevine wreath, I cut a piece of floral wire about 1 inch long. Take the wire and slip it through the loop on the back of the sign and tie the wire to the wreath.

You repeat for the other side to secure it to the grapevine wreath. You could also hot glue the sign to the wreath if the sign is not heavy.

How cute is this sign?

You may need to trim your flower stems. No gluing or wiring is necessary. Just add the stem through the vine to secure it. You will be layering the filler flowers to one side of the wreath.

I kept this wreath simple. Two kinds of faux flowers were used: tulips and white baby’s breath. Wreathes do not need to be complicated or super expensive.

Many times, I will use flowers on hand bought on clearance. Often, I will reuse flowers from other arrangements or wreathes.

DIY Spring Easter Wreath for beginners with a Easter Hunt sign on a grapevine wreath with faux yellow tulips and Baby's Breath.

Like your filler flowers, you will take your main flower and work it through to secure it into the wreath. Again, gluing and wiring is not necessary. The stems will be secured into the wreath.

The final step is to cute a piece of floral wire and work it through the back of the grapevine. You will twist the ends together and tuck the wire into the wreath. The loop will enable you to hang it.

DIY Spring Easter Wreath for beginners with a Easter Hunt sign on a grapevine wreath with faux yellow tulips and Baby's Breath.

It’s time to hang your beautiful creation on your door, display it proudly indoors, or even gift it to a loved one. Step back and take a moment to admire your handiwork and celebrate your creativity.

DIY Spring Easter Wreath for beginners with a Easter Hunt sign on a grapevine wreath with faux yellow tulips and Baby's Breath.

Remember, this is just a starting point – don’t be afraid to experiment with different materials, colors, and embellishments to make your future wreaths unique!

This DIY project is perfect for beginners and can be completed in 15 minutes. With a few simple materials and a little creativity, you can create a beautiful wreath that will be enjoyed by your family and friends for years to come.

I hope you found this tutorial helpful! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below. Happy Easter, sweet friend!

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